This book details essential strategies to create more effective data visualizations. In it, I walk you through the steps of creating better graphs and how to move beyond simple line, bar, and pie charts. Through more than five hundred examples, I demonstrate the do’s and don’ts of data visualization, the principles of visual perception, and how to make subjective style decisions around a chart’s design. This book will guide you as you define your audience and goals, choose the graph that best fits for your data, and clearly communicate your message.
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“Put simply, the more visual the input becomes, the more likely it is to be recognized— and recalled”
Some of the primary elements researchers will use in their presentations to show estimates and findings are graphs, charts, and other visualizations. These books are a gateway to creating better, more effective visualizations.